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Search continues for missing man who disappeared after receiving R4 million payout

There has been no sign of Quinton Bradley Plaatjies who disappeared around two years back later he went into retirement.

He had served at the Branch of Restorative Administrations for north of 35 years. Later he vanished, two people purportedly took out R100 000 in genuine cash from his monetary equilibrium.

The journey for Plaatjies, who evaporated following getting millions in his retirement payout, has been amplified to the rest of the country. His record has since been frozen.

Police have remained mum on the assessment and communicated that they would have rather not endanger the situation, which was at a fragile and sensitive stage.

The case has been given over to the Common Coordinated Wrongdoing Unit which is assisting the Missing People Unit with the matter.

Police delegate Colonel Priscilla Naidu declined to comment on the resources considered.

"In view of the affectability of the case, there could be no extra information which can be revealed," she said.

Naidu said they were drawing in for information on Plaatjies' whereabouts.

"According to police information, actually surrendered Quinton Bradley Plaatjies was staying with partners in Nysschen Road in Ext 29 Bethelsdorp all through the past 90 days. His partners continue to go saw him on October 30, 2020, when they vanished for two days. On their benefit from November 1, 2020, they saw that all of his things were as of now at the house; in any case, he and his vehicle were no more."

The family said the two people who took out cash from his record had been gotten on CCTV film, which by and by can't be conveyed straightforwardly, with the possible chance of aiding the assessment.

Plaatjies' family members, who live in Somerset East in the Eastern Cape, contacted the missing individuals affiliation TracknTrace, which works from Cape Town, with the assumptions for finding answers about their kin

The family said Plaatjies got a payout of close to R4 million and that he gave his home to see relatives in Bethelsdorp and was gone for eternity.

Plaatjies' new Portage Ecosport was noticed abandoned on November 7, 2020, outside Lager Shack bistro in Humewood, Gqeberha.

Plaatjies' two family said they have had fretful nights worrying about him.

His sister, Melanie de Lange, said they acknowledged Plaatjies was participating in his retirement when they had less contact with him, following his visit to Gqeberha.

Source: Weekend Argus (Saturday Version) Sat, Dec 18, 2021

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